Dr. Deborah Stienstra Featured on DDA Podcast to Discuss Disability Rights in Canada
Deborah Stienstra, Evan Kelly
Dr. Deborah Stienstra, Director of the Live Work Well Research Centre, was recently featured on the Developmental Disabilities Association (DDA) podcast to discuss the current disability rights landscape in Canada and her book, "About Canada: Disability Rights, Second Edition". The book examines the evolution of disability rights in Canada since 2012, when Dr. Stienstra wrote the first edition. The full podcast is available for listening, and a summary of the podcast is also available.
ReCentering: Caregiving Relationships
Tiffany Jaglall, Grace Pires, and Kathryn Reinders
Join us in exploring existing policy approaches to caregiving in Ontario. Our podcast investigates who is made visible and invisible by these policies, and what these in/visibilities mean for the caregiving relationship. We touch on a wide range of topics including young caregivers, and race and disability in caregiving. We hope that this podcast gives our listeners the opportunity to reflect on their own positionality within their own caregiving relationships, as well as gain insight into the current caregiving policies in Ontario. This podcast was prepared as part of our requirements for Women, Justice, and Public Policy in Fall 2020. Listen to the podcast on YouTube.
Bodies in Translation: Activist Art, Technology and Access to Life
Carla Rice, Eliza Chandler, Chelsea Temple Jones, Rana El Kadi, Kimberlee Collins, and Fady Shanouda
This is a conference-presentation-style podcast in collaboration with the research project, Bodies in Translation: Activist Art, Technology and Access to Life. This episode acts as the conference submission to the 2021 Arts in Society conference in Perth, Australia, by a team of researchers and activists connected with the Live Work Well Centre. In the episode, the team discusses what barriers to the arts and artistry exist both on the ground and online in Canada for people with disabilities and examine creative, pedagogical, and technological interventions aimed at expanding access both structurally and epistemologically. Listen to the captioned podcast on You Tube.